Category: Non-fiction

All That This House Has to Offer | Critical Book Review

“‘I know you’ve told me these stories before, but every time I hear them, especially as I get older, they mean a little more.’” A Bite-Sized Journey All That This House Has to Offer by Betty R. Wall offers a series of succinct vignettes that invite readers into the intricate tapestry of the Wall family’s…

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The Herbology Bible | Critical Book Review

Dive deep into the world of herbal health with Kristy Denada’s The Herbology Bible. In this exploration of twenty select herbs, Denada sheds light on the achievable path to good health, emphasizing affordable preventative interventions from nature’s pantry. The Herbology Bible: Volume 1 serves as a comprehensive guide to twenty medicinal herbs, strategically chosen to…

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Independence Ave | Critical Book Review

Lauren Canaday’s Independence Ave transcends the ordinary, blending the realms of numbers and dreams into a memoir that exposes the delicate sanctuary of vulnerability. Canaday’s narrative unfolds against the backdrop of Washington D.C.’s symbolic Independence Avenue, a four-mile stretch echoing the journey from the Lincoln Memorial to the Anacostia River. This captivating memoir seamlessly weaves…

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The Truman Show: It’s True, Man! | Critical Book Review

Stephen Davis’s The Truman Show: It’s True, Man! takes readers on a mind-bending odyssey through the intersections of fiction and reality, challenging the very foundations of our existence. Inspired by the iconic film, The Truman Show, Davis fearlessly explores the notion that our daily lives might be intricately orchestrated, akin to Truman Burbank’s scripted reality.…

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Healing Cancer the Complete Way | Critical Book Review

Lawrence Doochin’s Healing Cancer the Complete Way is not your run-of-the-mill health guide. In this transformative exploration, Doochin delves into the profound connection between our beliefs, thought patterns, and their impact on health. Lisa Parker Hayreh takes us through the journey of this self-help narrative. Challenging Conventional Labels Doochin, drawing from his personal battle with…

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The Connection Playbook | Critical Book Review

The Connection Playbook by Andy Chaleff presents itself as a practical self-help guide, promising insights into the intricate world of human connections. As the pages unfold, readers are taken on a journey through six distinct sections, each contributing to the playbook’s overall mission. Deconstructing Connection Chaleff artfully dissects the essential conditions for fostering connections, exposes…

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Where Two Worlds Touch | Critical Book Review

Where Two Worlds Touch by River Faire takes readers on an introspective and emotionally charged voyage, exploring the realms of heartbreak and the pursuit of second chances. A Journey Unfolds Faire’s memoir opens with a dramatic phone call that catapults him from his life in Santa Fe to the bedside of his ailing ex-partner, Robert,…

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The Dougherty Code | Critical Book Review

When it comes to unraveling the financial intricacies faced by American expats living in Europe, Peter Dougherty’s The Dougherty Code emerges as a charming and witty guide. Let’s dive into the nitty-gritty. Financial Navigation for Expats: A Risky Expedition Moving from the United States to Europe involves more than just flights and apartment considerations. The…

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Rearranged | Critical Book Review

Kathleen Watt’s Rearranged takes readers on a poignant journey, exposing the transformative twists of life entangled with cancer. The memoir, previously lauded by Kristine Eckart, unfurls a narrative that transcends the mundane and explores the profound impact of a rare and ruthless malignant force. The Opera House Unveiled: A Prelude to Turmoil Watt, once immersed…

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Stories of Life | Critical Book Review

Davidson Loehr’s “Stories of Life: The Nature, Formation, and Consequences of Character” offers a distinctive outlook on personal growth, determination, self-discovery, and the capricious nature of fate and chance. Diverse Narratives, One Life Loehr’s memoir unfolds through four compelling parts: “My Early Life,” “Life After Vietnam,” “The Costs of It All,” and “Concluding Thoughts.” Each…

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